Anchorage Drug Bust Takes $1.2 Million in Meth and Heroin

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享 The U.S. Department of Justice said in a press release that 62-year-old Wilton Eugene Toney and 58-year-old Denita Ann Love, aka Denita Ann Solitaire, both of Anchorage, were indicted on federal drug trafficking charges. “The Alaska State Troopers estimate the approximate combined street value of the seized drugs is $1.2 million” according to the press release. Two parcels and a hotel room drug bust have taken a combined $1.2 million in methamphetamine and heroin off of Alaska’s streets and indicted two suspects. The following day, law enforcement then conducted a controlled delivery of the parcels to the lobby of the Barratt Inn Anchorage Airport, where they observed Toney take the parcels to his room.center_img Charging documents state law enforcement officers seized two parcels in Anchorage on January 12, 2018. A search warrant was executed and revealed the parcels contained “approximately 13 pounds of methamphetamine and 3 pounds of heroin.” The Troopers worked with the Drug Enforcement Administration to conduct the investigation that lead to the indictment in this case. Law enforcement officers secured and converged on the hotel room where a search warrant revealed that Toney and Love were the only occupants of the room which contained more meth and heroin, digital scales, and three firearms.last_img